A new study from AllFlicks suggests that a whopping 76 percent of Netflix subscribers believe that the company will replace traditional television altogether, because why flip through channels when you can just binge watch one show?
Jimmy Kimmel's nights are booked, but it seems that his mornings are free. In an unlikely pairing, the late-night TV host is stepping in to help out Kelly Ripa on May 16 after the departure of Michael Strahan.
Legendary director Spike Lee shared stories about the music he has worked with in his career at the 2016 Red Bull Music Academy Festival. In those stories, Lee described his experience working with Prince and Michael Jackson.
Scrolling through Netflix's titles seems simple enough, but it turns out the streaming service is employing years of research to grab your attention. Thanks to a company exec's explanation, we now have a better idea of how it works.
ESPN and Vice have entered a deal to produce and distribute content across the two media entities' numerous platforms. Films from ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary series will re-air on Vice's TV network Viceland as part of the deal.
Michael Fassbender has played characters ranging from a sex addict to a mutant superhero to a tech visionary, and now the role of serial killer may join that list. The actor is in talks to star in the true crime drama Entering Hades.
There are a lot of reasons indie directors shoot digitally, but Kodak wants to make sure that the prohibitively high cost of film isn't one of them by offering Kickstarter directors up to $20,000 in free film.
The upcoming Bad Moms has a pair of new trailers -- including a red-band version that definitely earns its R rating -- that offer a peek at how irreverent motherhood can get. The comedy stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn…
Disney has been noted as one of the worst offenders when it comes to LGBT representation in film, according to a new study by GLAAD. The studio is being taken to task on Twitter, with users nominating Frozen's Elsa as its first LGBT…
Our future may have more Captain Kirk and Commander Spock in it. Paramount Pictures has taken another step that bodes well for the possibility of Star Trek 4. The reboot series' third film is due out this summer.